Trojans for Israel is a bi-partisan, political organization that advocates the vitality of the U.S.-Israel relationship. Activists aim to educate and to engage student leaders, Congressmen and Senators on why it is important to support U.S. legislation that aids Israel. TFI students are selected to attend AIPAC’s Saban leadership training seminar and Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. Contact TFI HERE to get more involved.
The TAMID group is a nonprofit, apolitical, and areligious organizations that helps undergraduate students develop professional skills through hands-on interaction with the Israeli economy. TAMID connects students vis-à-vis four core platforms: education, consulting projects with Israeli start-ups, an Israeli focused investment portfolio and a fellowship that sends our best members to Israel for a summer internship.
Mishelanu is a club intended for students with an Israeli background or students that speak Hebrew to connect to one another and to Israeli culture and the Hebrew language. If you would like to learn more about Israeli culture, or practice your Hebrew skills, then Mishelanu is the club for you! Reach out to Gal for more information.